"After following Bob Hope and Dean Martin on The Tonight Show, Gobel famously quipped to Johnny Carson, 'Did you ever get the feeling that the world was a tuxedo and you were a pair of brown shoes?'" - George Gobel (quoted from Wikipedia).
If you are a Lutheran, did you ever get that feeling from being Lutheran? You naturally don't feel comfortable being lumped together with Roman Catholics. And you really don't like it when people consider you a Protestant, either.
I was taking a survey, and the following question came up:
"What best describes your religion?
-Culturally Jewish Only
-Secular, no religion
-No religion but spiritual
I ended up putting Other, Christian. What should I have picked?
All the really great words are already taken, like catholic and orthodox. So we're stuck being named after a person. That ain't right, is it? I think we were the original evangelicals, although that name has been usurped also and now has a negative connotation.
How about we declare ourselves Orthodox Catholic?
Can someone please come up with a name that fits?